Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury. In this week’s episode, the guys work their way through most of this week’s events. These include the government using mobile data to fight the Coronavirus, why the UK isn’t in the EU procurement scheme, the Coronavirus bill 2020, and whether Jeremy Corbyn has been proved right.
S&C‘s Paul Valentine finds much to appreciate in Portsmouth poet Sue Spier’s new book of haikus. Like many, I have tried haiku and then left its comforting warmth. But I have a tremendous respect both [… read more ]
Local resident and S&C contributor Ian Morris gives a tongue in cheek response to last week’s draft Brexit deal, and asks what it means for Britain, and our political discourse. Last Thursday, I listened to [… read more ]
Gareth Rees has been following politics for fifty years and has written about it for the Guardian, Contemporary Review and S&C. He chats to S&C editor and contributor to New Statesman and Private Eye, Tom [… read more ]